ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - If any of the Orlando Magic's players are worried about trades, they aren't showing it.
Magic veteran guard J.J. Redick acknowledged Tuesday that he's aware he could be dealt, but says he isn't overly concerned about what might happen before Thursday's trade deadline.
Redick is in the final year of a three-year contract.
Orlando general manager Rob Hennigan must also decide whether to try to unload the contract of forward Al Harrington, a pickup in the Dwight Howard trade who has yet to play this season as he recovers from offseason knee surgery.
Harrington is due more $7 million in each of the next two seasons, which may be more than a team in the market to chase big name free agents would like to spend on a 15-year veteran.
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